Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit
Transvaginal mesh surgery is used to help women who are experiencing pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence. While this medical product was supposed to provide relief for patients, instead it has turned into a serious health issue for many women. In 2008, the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) issued a safety alert, warning of the potential dangerous complications of a transvaginal mesh. The safety alert was updated recently in 2011, again alerting consumers about the potential dangerous side effects as well as stating such complications are not rare.
Do you have a Transvaginal Mesh Lawsuit or Settlement Claim?
Women who are victims of this defective medical product should not have to suffer anymore. There are legal options available, including filing a product liability lawsuit against manufacturers and distributors. A skilled Springfield product liability attorney can help you with your claim.
Manufacturers of transvaginal mesh devices include:
- Johnson & Johnson
- C.R. Bard
- Mentor Corporation
- Boston Scientific
- American Medical Systems
What are the Signs And Symptoms Associated to a Transvaginal Mesh Defect?
If you or a loved one has had a surgery involving a transvaginal mesh device, and you are experiencing any of the following symptoms, seek medical attention immediately. One of our attorneys can then discuss your legal options with you for damages suffered:
- Vaginal scarring
- Incontinence/urinary problems
- Severe pain
- Narrowing of the vaginal wall
- Erosion or exposure of mesh
- Pain during intercourse
- Vaginal bleeding
- Continuing pelvic organ collapse
- Bladder perforation
Contact Our Springfield, Illinois Office
For more information about a potential vaginal mesh settlement or claim, please contact Kanoski Bresney. You can also reach our Springfield personal injury lawyers by calling at (217) 523-7742. To serve clients throughout Central Illinois, we have eight convenient office locations in Springfield, Champaign, Bloomington, Quincy, Rushville, Macomb, Pekin and Decatur, Illinois.